6-Step Contact Lens exams

Our contact lens exams include a 6-steps experience to ensure clear, comfortable vision, and patient safety. Exams include a comprehensive eye exam, a contact lens exam, a trial set of lenses and a follow-up exam. Prices start at $140 and can vary based on the type of contact lens used and difficulty of fit.

Give us a ring at 619-421-6600, or send us an email, and we’d be happy to dive into your specific details!

Book a Contact lens Exam

What does ‘difficulty of fit’ mean?

High astigmatism, training, additional follow-up visits, specialty lenses, and multifocals can incur additional charges. Good news is your insurance plan may cover a portion of these charges.

Three exams to get some contacts? Is that really necessary?

It might sound like a lot, but it’s not when it comes to ensuring comfort, quality, and eye safety. We’ve been doing this for over 30 years, and there’s no way around it. A poorly fitted contact lens can lead to major infections and corneal ulcers which are sight threatening. So yup… it’s absolutely necessary. We don’t take short cuts when it comes to quality, care, and safety.

Book a Contact lens Exam

6-STEP CONTACT LENS EXAMS

  1. Standard Comprehensive Eye Exam
  2. Contact Lens Preferences
  3. Eye Surface Measurements
  4. Tear Film Evaluation
  5. Contact Lens Fitting
  6. Follow-up Exam

6-Step Contact Lens exams

Our contact lens exams include a 6-steps experience to ensure clear, comfortable vision, and patient safety. Exams include a comprehensive eye exam, a contact lens exam, a trial set of lenses and a follow-up exam. Prices start at $140 and can vary based on the type of contact lens used and difficulty of fit.

Give us a ring at 619-421-6600, or send us an email, and we’d be happy to dive into your specific details!

Book a Contact Lens Exam

6-STEP CONTACT LENS EXAMS

  1. Standard Comprehensive Eye Exam
  2. Contact Lens Preferences
  3. Eye Surface Measurements
  4. Tear Film Evaluation
  5. Contact Lens Fitting
  6. Follow-up Exam

Three exams to get some contacts? Is that really necessary?

It might sound like a lot, but it’s not when it comes to ensuring comfort, quality, and eye safety. We’ve been doing this for over 30 years, and there’s no way around it. A poorly fitted contact lens can lead to major infections and corneal ulcers which are sight threatening. So yup… it’s absolutely necessary. We don’t take short cuts when it comes to quality, care, and safety.

What does ‘difficulty of fit’ mean?

High astigmatism, training, additional follow-up visits, specialty lenses, and multifocals can incur additional charges. Good news is your insurance plan may cover a portion of these charges.

Book a Contact Lens Exam